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Podcast Episode 49.5: TNA Final Resolution Results

Adam and Josh discuss the current state of TNA Impact Wrestling. We’re certainly not as high on the product as we were after Bound For Glory, but wrestling is wrestling. Plenty of upside for guys like Bully Ray, Austin Aries, and AJ Styles – Plus: we talk about Velvet Sky’s pigeons.

Featuring: Joshua Schlag (@thesteelcage / @schlizzag) and ‘A-Bomb’ Adam Hess (@ahess49)

Music by The Nuclears and Dave LaGrande, courtesy of Music Alley.

Don't you hate Jeff Hardy?

Don’t you hate Jeff Hardy?

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Podcast Episode 40.75: TNA Bound For Glory Results

Wow. Just wow. TNA stepped up to the plate with Bound For Glory, and they delivered from start to finish. From “Rob Van Dam!” chants to Cowboy James Storm’s cringe inducing crimson mask to booing the ever loving crap out of Jeff Hardy (he hates us)… We’d argue this was the best PPV of the year (yes, even beating out WWE). Met lots of cool fans (hopefully you’re listening) and all in all we had a great time.

Featuring: Joshua Schlag (@thesteelcage / @schlizzag), Adam ‘A-Bomb’ Hess (@ahess49), Jared ‘The Jew’ (@SuperJew75

Mascot: Bert ‘The Rock’ Schlag (@BertSchlag)

Music by The Black Furies, courtesy of Music Alley.

Yeah, screw you too, buddy.

Yeah, screw you too, buddy.

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Podcast Episode 40.5: TNA Bound For Glory Preview

TNA’s big PPV is here, folks! We’re moderately excited, and you should be too. We’ll be in person, ringside, cheering on the likes of Austin Aries, Bully Ray, and Cowboy James Storm! So listen in as we discuss the state of TNA Impact Wrestling.

Featuring: Joshua Schlag (@thesteelcage / @schlizzag), Adam ‘A-Bomb’ Hess (@ahess49), Jared ‘The Jew’ (@SuperJew75

Mascot: Bert ‘The Rock’ Schlag (@BertSchlag)

Music by The Black Furies, courtesy of Music Alley.

Tessmacher and Tara? Yes, please.

Tessmacher and Tara? Yes, please.

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TNA: An Overdue Endorsement

If you haven’t been watching TNA, you’ve missed out on some suprisingly sophisticated commentary on the wrestling business. Actually, I should hesitate to use the word ‘surprisingly’, since TNA has been the more sophisticated of the two major companies since I started watching. It has long treated wrestling as a business, never shy to break the fourth wall every so often in an effort to make a larger comment within the standard face-versus-heel plotlines. (See: any TNA Rough Cut segment.) That is one of the two main reasons why I watch TNA every week and encourage others to do so (the other reason is that, in general, the wrestling itself is more believable — believe it or not).

To update the non-viewers of TNA, Jeff Jarrett has returned during the climax of a long-brewing feud between the young wrestlers and the veterans. Any wrestling fan is well familiar with this trope — young punk(s) are accused of not respecting the old guard, while the old guard is accused of being out of touch and/or unwilling to step aside for superior talent. Alongside pride and women, it’s one of the oldest stories in rasslin’. Lately, though, TNA has made it more interesting than usual.
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